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    Duke Ellington And His OrchestraThe Treasury Shows Vol.14

    Label:D.E.T.S. – 903 9014
    Format:
    2 x CD, Album, Mono
    Country:Denmark
    Released:
    Genre:Jazz
    Style:Big Band, Swing

    Tracklist

    1-1(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:43
    1-2Time's A-Wastin5:32
    1-3Every Hour On The Hour
    Written-ByDon George, Duke Ellington
    3:32
    1-4Bond Promo0:59
    1-5Hollywood Hangover
    Written-ByBuck Clayton
    4:12
    1-6(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:49
    1-7Autumn Serenade
    Written-ByP. DeRose*, S. Gallop*
    4:05
    1-8Hop Skip And Jump
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:32
    1-9Riding On A Blue Note
    Written ByIrving Mills, L. Gordon
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    4:40
    1-10I'll Buy That Dream
    Written-ByA. Wrubel*, H. Magidson*
    3:36
    1-11Bond Promo1:17
    1-12Riff'N Drill
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:04
    1-13'Tell Ya What I'm Gonna Dream
    Written-ByJohnny Green, Ralph Blane
    3:11
    1-14How Deep Is The Ocean?
    Written-ByIrving Berlin
    3:12
    1-15Mood Indigo2:04
    1-16(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:50
    Three Tunes In The Blue Mood(10:26)
    1-17aDiminuendo In Blue
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    1-17bI Got It Bad
    Written-ByDuke Ellington, Paul Webster*
    1-17cCrescendo In Blue
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    1-18Everything But You2:50
    1-19Bond Promo1:10
    1-20Everything But You0:15
    1-21Between The Devil And The Deep Blue Sea
    Written-ByHarold Arlen, Ted Koehler
    4:06
    1-22After All
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    3:57
    1-23Out Of This World
    Written-ByHarold Arlen, Johnny Mercer
    2:37
    1-24C-Jam Blues
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    2:40
    1-25(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:09
    2-1(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:47
    2-2Ultra Blue
    Written-ByJimmy Hamilton
    3:01
    2-3Teardrops In The Rain3:42
    2-4Time On My Hands
    Written-ByH. Adamson*, M. Gordon*, V. Youmans*
    3:29
    2-5Riff Staccato
    Written-By [Incorrectly Attributed]Duke Ellington
    Written-By [Uncredited]Milt Orent, Simon Schwartz (2)
    3:31
    2-6(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:46
    2-7Ko-Ko
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    2:31
    2-8If I Loved You2:51
    2-9Bond Promo1:02
    2-10Subtle Slough
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:46
    2-11Honeysuckle Rose
    Written-ByAndy Razaf, Fats Waller
    4:03
    2-12Perdido
    Written-ByJuan Tizol
    8:46
    2-13Air Conditioned Jungle5:32
    2-14(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    9:26
    2-15(Theme) Take The "A" Train
    Written-ByBilly Strayhorn
    0:32
    2-16Waiting For The Train To Come In
    Written-ByMartin Block*, Sonny Skylar*
    2:31
    2-17I'd Do It All Over Again
    Written-ByD. Robertson*, J. Cavanaugh*
    2:04
    2-18Bond Promo0:51
    2-19Fancy Dan
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    3:52
    2-20Homesick, That's All
    Written-ByGordon Jenkins
    3:36
    2-21Blues On The Double
    Written-ByBuck Clayton
    4:07
    2-22Every Hour On The Hour
    Written-ByDon George, Duke Ellington
    3:46
    2-23Bond Promo0:59
    2-24Caravan3:54
    2-25Riff'N Drill
    Written-ByDuke Ellington
    2:49
    2-26Things Ain't What They Used To Be
    Written-ByEllington*
    Written-By [Incorrectly Attributed]Ellington*
    0:51
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    Notes

    ℗ & © 2009 D.E.T.S.

    Tracks 1-1 to 1-25 - Treasury Broadcast No. 26, Radio City, Studio 6-B, October 13,1945 (ABC).
    Tracks 2-1 to 2-26 - Treasury Broadcast No. 27, Radio City, Studio 6-B, September 1,1945 (ABC).

    Total time:
    CD1: 63:17.
    CD2: Not present.

    # 2-5: "Riff Staccato": The piece is wrongly attributed to Duke Ellington. According to ASCAP, it was written by Simon Schwartz and Milt Orient.
    Track 2-26 is mysteriously credited as Ellington-Ellington, though it is almost universally credited to Mercer Ellington alone (though it was said to have been written by Johnny Hodges, who lost it to Mercer in a card game). There is also a lyric by Ted Persons, added at a later date. Verified by ASCAP research.

    https://www.musicnotes.com/sheetmusic/mtd.asp?ppn=MN0109301&msclkid=a11210020abd17592aee4f7913599682&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=(ROI)%20Shopping&utm_term=4582558310385170&utm_cChoir

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Written): 7 17101 90142 5
    • Barcode (Scanned): 717101901425
    • Matrix / Runout (CD1): A0101455553-0102 11 A00 Sony DADC
    • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI L551
    • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 94Z7
    • Matrix / Runout (CD2): A0101455554-0202 11 A01 Sony DADC
    • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI L551
    • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 94K3
    • Rights Society: BIEM / n©b

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